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Oukitel K9 brings 7.12-inch display and 6000mAh battery for $199

16 May 2019 3

The Chinese smartphone maker Oukitel has kicked off pre-sales for Oukitel K9. It is a mid-range smartphone but unique selling points for the phone is its bigger display and battery. It is aimed at users who love to play a lot of games and watching videos on their smartphones.

The Oukitel K9 sports a 7.12-inch Full HD+ (2244 x 1080 pixels) display with a notch and 19:9 aspect ratio. It is the biggest display yet on any smartphone which almost makes it a tablet. Under the hood, it has an octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. There is 64GB internal storage with support for microSD card support.


In the camera department, there is a 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel dual rear camera setup including Sony IMX298 sensor. It also has an 8-megapixel front camera for video calling and capturing selfies. The whole package is powered by a 6,000mAh battery which is claimed to last for three to four days even under heavy usage. It features fast charging support and should get completely charged in about 2 hours.

The Oukitel K9 is currently available for only $199.99 but that is a limited time pre-sale pricing. It will be valid until May 20th and post that, it will be sold for $249.99 across online and offline markets. It is currently available only in China with no words on global expansion yet.


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Oukitel K9 brings 7.12-inch display and 6000mAh battery for $199
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AxtonPowell
AxtonPowell

Conundrum enlarges to a bigger bubble (between Oukitel K9 and Realme X) after knowing that the Oukitel K9 has a huge 7.12-inches display with a whopping 6,000mAh battery.

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